When Alphabetical Order Matters

Ranging from the Olympics to scholarly papers and with everything in between, alphabetical order is an equalizer.

Why Your College Major Matters

Trying to understand the gender pay gap, researchers correlated college majors, occupational choices, and wages.

How Gender Parity Starts With Toys and Ends in the Executive Suite

Empowering women, gender parity in California’s toy aisles could ripple to MBA programs and the top of the corporate suite.

The Best and Worst Cities For Working Women

By ranking 15 cities, Bloomberg Businessweek used five criteria to identify the best places for working women.

Where and Why Are Women Having Fewer Children?

A demography challenge, China’s birth rate problem is worse in other nations where the growth in babies and the elderly should be reversed.

The Hidden Impact of the Washing Machine

Much more than a source of clean clothing, the washing machine is an example of household technology that impacts women and the economy.

How Skateboarding Took Us Closer to Gender Equity

While female skateboarders had some success with the gender pay gap, it remains for average players and at the top in other sports.

Where Women Have the Most Economic Opportunity

Looking at women’s economic empowerment through a lens that sees eight criteria, we can compare the world’s 190 countries.

Where Are the Olympic Women?

Reflected by the rising number of female Olympic medal winners, gender equality has improved at the Olympics.

Where We Will Add Some Sanity to March Madness

Because a viral video circulated during this year’s March Madness, NCAA women’s basketball will be treated more equitably in the future.